Anglican Missions has launched a ‘Get One. Give One.’ campaign to help fund Covid-19 vaccines for vulnerable people in countries who would otherwise miss out.
Christian World Service is seeking a new national director to lead it into the future as a dynamic international aid and development agency.
Bishop of Tai Tokerau, Rt Rev Te Kitohi Wiremu Pikaahu has been presented with an honour as Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to the Anglican Church and to Māori.
Anglican clergy have stepped up in response to their communities’ needs in Ashburton, Geraldine and Temuka, three towns at the centre of flooding emergencies in rural Canterbury this week.
• Canterbury flooding: what you need to know
• RNZ: Canterbury flooding in pictures
• A priest, a minister and the historic church saved from flooding
With food insecurity rife in Fiji’s Covid-hit economy, Bishop of Polynesia Archbishop Fereimi Cama has called on every Anglican household to dig up their backyards and plant gardens to help feed their pandemic stricken neighbours.
• Dozens of new Covid cases in Fiji over weekend
The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services has welcomed main benefit increases in the Government’s ‘Wellbeing Budget 2021’ – as an encouraging change in direction toward the goal of wellbeing for every family in Aotearoa.
Anglican Missions has launched an appeal in support of the Diocese of Jerusalem's Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza.
• Anglican hospital in Gaza draws on global support for healing
Christians of many denominations and traditions across the southern hemisphere are praying for Christian unity this week, as part of the annual global tradition known as the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.